Spooky season has arrived!

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While the weather cools down and the leaves start to fall, the team members here at Innov8 are keeping their heads down for the upcoming October 15th deadline. Taxes can be stressful, but they don’t have to be spooky with the Innov8 team on your side.

Here are a few ways we like to relax in autumnal Bellingham:

Performance art
The founder of Innov8 CPAs, Wendy, likes to attend shows at the Mount Baker Theatre – check out their Movie Palace Series for some classic horror and don’t miss their presentation of The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday October 30th.

Classic pumpkin picking
Visit one of the many pumpkin patches in the area for kid friendly fun: Hal’s Pumpkin Patch, Dan Cramer’s Western Town, Bellewood Farms & Distillery, and more!

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Brews & Boos
Boundary Bay Brewery is hosting their fear garden this year and all proceeds will go to the Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth (BAAY) student scholarship fund – check it out October 29-31st 6-11pm.

Gore & Lore Tours
Bellinghistory with the Good Time Girls has the Gore & Lore tours where creepy meets history.

Cornwall Park Creek

Good ol’ nature
Our office manager Cary likes to grab the kids and some hot chocolate, visit the many great parks in Bellingham and find all the crunchiest leaves to kick and prettiest foliage to admire.

Chilling walks
A true Washingtonian, admin assistant Else likes to bundle up for a walk along the South Bay Trail through Boulevard Park and across Taylor Dock to feel the winds coming off the bay.


What are some of your favorite fall activities in the Pacific Northwest? Let us know in the comments or share this on Facebook or Twitter with your idea!

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Check out Downtown Bellingham’s website for all the up to date happenings.

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